|Information reproduction apparatus having means to control maximum delay of information being read from memory
|Mitsubishi Denki Corporation
|Oct. 21, 1997/ April 19, 1993
|Ishida; Masayuki, Endo; Kazuhito, Tsukamoto; Manabu, Hirai; Nobuaki, Ishida; Yoshinobu
|Shock-proof buffer management technique to reduce mute time during inadvertent track skip and upon user initiated disk change.
|An information reproduction apparatus capable of reducing or eliminating the mute period when a pickup jumps during the reproduction or when a disk is changed in an information reproduction system provided with a disk changer mechanism for selecting one disk from plural disks, or when a disk is forced to change, or an information reproduction apparatus of displaying the time information corresponding to the actual outputting time of information from the output terminal by correcting the time information included in the information read from the recording medium or determined by the recording address, or an information reproduction system provided with a disk changer mechanism capable of checking the contents of other disks during reproduction, or system of reproducing only parts of information to allow the monitoring of the contents of all disks.